Sennheiser’s relationship with Danmon Asia evolves

Sennheiser’s relationship with Danmon Asia evolves

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VIETNAM: Sennheiser has appointed Danmon Asia Ltd as the sole Vietnamese distributor of its Evolution Series of wireless and wired G3 microphones. This builds on the existing relationship between the two companies as the Hanoi-based Danmon Asia already exclusively distributes the manufacturer’s 2000, 5000 and 9000 Series wireless microphones in the country.

‘We are delighted to take on this role as the exclusive distributor for Sennheiser’s renowned evolution wireless range,’ commented Danmon Asia managing director, Bjarne Pedersen. ‘With this new addition, Danmon Asia will be able to support more customer segments throughout Vietnam, including stage and monitoring, broadcast, mobile recording, recording studios, live music and live sound, presentation, theatres and more.’

‘Our deepened partnership with Danmon Asia reinforces our commitment to professional audio customers in Vietnam,’ added Martin Low, Sennheiser Asia’s vice president of sales and marketing. ‘As a partner of Sennheiser Asia for the last five years, we believe that Danmon Asia’s market expertise and connections in Vietnam will help strengthen Sennheiser’s business in the local pro audio segment.’

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